Companion Encyclopedia of Anthropology: Humanity, Culture and Social Lifeby Tim Ingold
fragmentation within the approaches of the humanities and natural sciences to anthropology. It
This comprehensive survey of contemporary thought in biological, social and cultural anthropology sets the foundation for their future development and integration. The principal rationale behind the Companion Encyclopedia of Anthropology is to overcome the division and
fragmentation within the approaches of the humanities and natural sciences to anthropology. It emphasizes interconnections between perspectives and sub-disciplines, and consists of three sections on Humanity, Culture, and Social Life.
'There is no truly comparable work. This book is an essential asset for university and anthropological libraries and a useful addition to any reference library.' - The Year in Reference
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